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The Eye of Osiris, Pt 05


Published March 30, 2006


The legal maneuvering begins as the Edwardian forensic investigation continues. What is behind the scattering of bones? What do the police know that young Dr. Jervis doesn't? And what does Dr. Thorndyke have up his sleeve?

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6


Run time 3 hr. 1 min.

Notes

Chapter numbers and tracks continue from previous parts.

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Reviews

Reviewer: uzik - - April 3, 2006
Subject: A nice romantic mystery
This story is very reminiscent of many older fictional works such as the Sherlock Holmes mysteries. The pacing is too slow for the tastes of many modern readers. If you're not put off by the pacing I can recommend the download. It's well read with an expressive voice talent and it's enjoyable to follow the mystery as it unfolds in lockstep with a romance. My only negative comment is that it's read entirely by one person, it would have been better with a separate reader for each part.
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